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Delay On BIOS POST After Pressing Power Button

By yuvarajvelmurugan ·
Tags: Hardware
Motherboard: Gigabyte B250M-D3H
Processor: Intel i3 7100
RAM: 16 GB
HD 1 TB

When I press the power button on my desktop it turns on and I see the LED indicators ON and cpu fan spinning. But within few seconds it turns off completely and it turns on automatically, then it gives BIOS single beep and shows BIOS POST and boots windows operating system.

I tried replacing the PSU to check if it was a problem related to PSU, but still the problem exists with another working PSU. I disconnected my hard disks and then tried to power on the desktop but still seeing the issue.

This behavior has damaged one of my HDD which is giving a sand grinding noise. So I removed that HDD from pc. Another HDD has started to make some water boiling or crackling noise but it is still working.
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Speccy Profile From My Machine

by yuvarajvelmurugan In reply to Speccy
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Disk

by BOB.B In reply to Speccy Profile From My Ma ...

Your hdd is junk.....too many errors.
Replace asap.....you might get sudden failure.
If the budget allows get a ssd.

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Delay On BIOS POST After Pressing Power Button

by Naheed Mir In reply to Delay On BIOS POST After ...

As you told us that your HDD is giving sand grinding noise so, it is the HDD
issue. For confirmation you have tried using another HDD a d you succeed to
on the system. So, buy an HDD and I hope it will solve your problem.

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Delay On BIOS POST After Pressing Power Button

by Naheed Mir In reply to Delay On BIOS POST After ...

Following are the causes of one beep for your understanding:
Bad power supply.
Bad RAM.
Overheating
Defective motherboard
Bad HDD

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